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Enlighten receives international design acclaim

Enlighten receives international design acclaim for New Zealand's 2nd fastest growing company
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
20th November 2008

The Working In Expo Canada website design created by New Zealand owned and operated web design firm Enlighten has been highly regarded and is featured in the book The Web Designer's Idea Book: The Ultimate Guide To Themes, Trends & Styles In Website Design (How, 10/2008) as a source of inspiration for web designers worldwide to follow industry best practice.

Working In was recently ranked number two on the Deloitte Fast 50 list, achieving an impressive 772% growth rate. Working In connects people looking to immigrate with employers looking for skilled staff in their chosen destination country.

Enlighten has designed all five Working In expo websites: __Expo Australia, Expo New Zealand, Expo Canada, Expo UK and Expo Dubai.

These websites successfully promote and sell expo services to exhibitors and attendees around the globe. As job expos generate a large portion of Working In's revenue, the exceptional design of the expo websites has contributed to the impressive growth rate that Working In has achieved.

The five stylish and informative expo websites have helped inspire people to move to new destinations and have encouraged thousands of others to purchase tickets online for the various upcoming Opportunities Expos. The expo websites feature visually appealing image galleries, online videos using Flash video format for easy viewing and online ticket purchase functionality including barcode generation.

"Enlighten Designs have done an unparalleled job delivering our expo sites, both on time and on budget," says Wictoria Markula, Web Production Manager for Working In. "After a pitch against three other major web design companies, we have recently selected Enlighten to completely develop and re-design our five large Workingin.com sites, a decision based significantly on the commitment, excellent service, enthusiasm and design skills they have provided to us in the past year."

The Vadmin content management system developed by Enlighten enables Working In staff to manage Expo information including descriptions, locations and pricing. The system also captures user information for both registrations and ticket purchases. The implementation of a Direct Payment Solution provides a real time online payment facility for international ticket purchases for any one of the expos advertised on the websites.

To find out more, please visit www.enlighten.co.nz or view the full case study of the Working In Opportunities Expo Case Study on our website.

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